Aerial photo of Odda and the Folgefonni glacier

I shot this nice photo of norwegian fjords, glaciers and mountains on my way from Bergen to Oslo. It is a part of the Hardanger Fjord called Sørfjorden. This fjord leads into the industrial centre of Odda. The white mountains to the right in the picture are parts of the Folgefonni glacier.

This could have been very nice to add to Geobloggers …if I had the GPS coordinates and GoogleMaps would extend their service with proper maps and satellite photos of Europe as well.

Related post:
Travelling with a GPS and a digital camera

Aerial photo of Odda and the Folgefonni glacier

16 thoughts on “Aerial photo of Odda and the Folgefonni glacier

  1. Cool! I have now added it to GeoBloggers as one of the first pictures ever from mainland europe, and most likely THE first picture from Norway…? On the Geobloggers site you will have to zoom out and choose satellite instead of map. Google maps has very poor coverage for Europe…

  2. Det er kjempe fint at du liker Panoramio. Du maa vaere norsk, saa jeg tar sjanse for a skrive litt paa norsk, nur for aa si hei til deg og for aa praktisere spraaket, lenge siden fra siste maal jeg snakket det.

  3. […] Norway has one of the longest coastlines in the world, but almost certainly the most interesting. Its eastern coast is riddled with hundreds of jagged inlets, jutting right into the inland of the country. The formations within them as well as the views from them are among the most mesmerizing around. Via: eirikso.com […]

  4. […] Norway has one of the longest coastlines in the world, but almost certainly the most interesting. Its eastern coast is riddled with hundreds of jagged inlets, jutting right into the inland of the country. The formations within them as well as the views from them are among the most mesmerizing around. Via: eirikso.com […]

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